Memorial Day weekend in Dallas is expected to be sunny and very warm, according to weather forecasts.
The AccuWeather forecast for Dallas is calling for partly cloudy weather throughout the Memorial Day weekend with temperatures hitting a high of 88 degrees on Saturday and Sunday followed by a high of 92 on Monday. Lows those days are in the high-60s and low-70s.
The hot and sunny summerlike weather may be interrupted by storms the evening of Memorial Day, according to AccuWeather and The Weather Channel forecasts. Both call for “a few” thunderstorms later in the day.
The skies should be clear enough for any outside festivities like barbeques and pool parties ahead of late Monday night, though.
Over next week, you can expect periodic chances for showers and storms mainly Tuesday through Thursday. Temperatures will be near normal with lows mainly in the 60s and highs in the 80s. #dfwwx #txwx #ctxwx pic.twitter.com/oJYdt0BQV0
— NWS Fort Worth (@NWSFortWorth) May 20, 2023
In the week leading up to Memorial Day, North Texans should be prepared to see some wet weather since there’s a chance of rain each day starting late Monday through Friday, according to the National Weather Service Fort Worth forecast. However, the forecast, released Sunday morning, made a caveat that, “Not everyone will see rain every day.”
Even if it does rain, the storms aren’t expected to be severe.
Temperatures are expected to climb the remainder of the week “after an unseasonably cool weekend,” according to the weather service, with highs in the low-to-mid 80s every afternoon through Friday.